ESD events surrounding sensitive electronic equipment occur every day. These events typically occur in the course of normal human interaction with their surroundings and they are hardly ever noticed, much less seen. We help to understand and prevent those occurrences providing you with not only with products but the knowledge of how to use them.
MagSnap 360 creates a redundant path-to-ground for an operator with resistance <3.5 X 107 ohms per required limits of ANSO/ESD S20.20 for method 1. If one conductor is damaged, the operator will maintain a path-to-ground through the second conductor.
Provides a work surface that does not generate a static charge and will controls the discharge rate from all conductors (including ESD susceptible items) that are placed on the work surface.
Constructed to withstand abrasion, tearing and may be used in soldering applications with flux and other chemicals
Continuously monitors the path-to-ground integrity of two operators and one conductive or dissipative worksurface; meets ANSI/ESD S20.20 in accordance with ESD TR1.0-01-01
Provides stable continuous monitoring (versus pulsed or intermittent) of the wrist strap’s path-to-ground and the presence of its 1 megohm safety resistor
Removes dust, grease, grime, fingerprints, solder flux and other contaminants from ESD mats and other surfaces
No special handling requirements for shipping and storage, may be used in normal workplace environments
Enjoy these ESD training videos supplied by our partners from SCS. Need More help we and how to incorporate ESD programs that test and prevent these occurrences.
ESD Materials: Conductors and Non-Conductors
ESD Basics Part 1
ESD Basics Part 2
ESD Basics Part 3
ESD Basics Part 4
ESD Basics Part 5
ESD Basics Part 6
What is ANSI/ESD S20.20?
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